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tense moments at a south bay high school after a 14-year-old brings a semiautomatic handgun and ammunition to campus. >> it's scary. it's disappointing. kids at this age with guns. >> good evening, everyone. i'm heather holmes in tonight for julie haener. >> i'm frank somerville. this is the third time this week a bay area student was caught with a gun while class was in session. azenith smith is near milpitas high school where this latest incident occurred. >> tonight the school principal tells me there will be increased security as well as counseling services for students and staff tomorrow. at least one parent i spoke to tonight doesn't know if she wants her child to go to school tomorrow, still very shaken up. >> reporter: police on campus, something no parent wants to see. >> you send them to school thinking they're safe then next thing you know, you have your
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kids texting you, mom, school is on lockdown. >> reporter: her daughter, a freshman at milpitas high school, told by teachers to shelter inside. police were called, reporting a gun was on campus. >> i was really scared because he could have shot anyone if he was mad. >> reporter: sky fox was there shortly after. pomeroy elementary and russell middle schools were placed on lockdown. >> officers found the student. he did have a handgun on his person. he was very cooperative. he did not resist arrest. >> monday a student at village high school in pleasanton was arrested after he brought a loaded gun. on tuesday at twin creeks elementary in san ramon, an 8-year-old brought a loaded gun, showing it to other students. his father is now under arrest, facing several charges including child endangerment. at milpitas high, police would not say how the teenager got the
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gun. some say they want schools to be more involved. >> someone afraid to go to school, they have to bring a gun, that's what's worrying me the most. >> someone brought a weapon to school and it could potentially hurt somebody. >> for this parent, the incident triggered fear and anxiety. she plans to talk to her daughter about guns, a conversation she didn't think she'd have to have at this age. >> it's not a toy. it's not something that you go and show off at school. you see these things happening in the world. come on. >> milpitas police would not say much about the 14-year-old boy who brought the gun to school other than he is from milpitas and will likely face charges including possessing a handgun. milpitas police say this was a reminder for parents to lock their firearms. >> i know they're not saying why he brought that gun to school but is there any indication at all that he had any intention of
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hurting anybody? >> we don't know that. talking with some of the students, you're hearing mixed things. some people say he may have been bullied, he may have been worried. we don't know until police tell us but a lot of people are concerned tonight and that's why the principal says there will be increased security as well as counseling services tomorrow. >> azenith smith in milpitas tonight. thank you. we have new information tonight about a piedmont high school teacher disciplined for inappropriate behavior toward female students. the east bay times reports mark cowherd has been placed on leave for a second time. dozens of parents attended a school board meeting demanding officials take more action. he was on administrative leave before being allowed to return to the classroom. the piedmont school superintendent says he's not decided how long this second leave will last. tonight's junior varsity
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football game was canceled. six of the jv football players at antioch high had been suspended after being accused of sexually harassing several girls outside the locker room. administrators say the boys made comments that were crude and vulgar and threatening. ktvu spoke with a female student who says one of her friends broke up with one of the football players and that led to the abusive behavior. >> then the jv players started shouting rude stuff at us and calling my friend names that shouldn't have been said and then my friend asked what was the problem and they didn't say anything. and then they kept saying if she walked over there, she was getting slopped, she was going to get hit. >> they decided to cancel the game to send a strong message to the students. the incident happened days after the school held an assembly about sexual harassment. the b.a.r.t. board of directors approved a new ordinance designed to catch fare cheats. the ordinance will require
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riders to provide a valid proof of payment when asked. paul chambers is at the lake merit b.a.r.t. station tonight. b.a.r.t. says this is a huge problem that's costing them millions of dollars. >> tens of millions of dollars. b.a.r.t. will start the new program january 1st. it will make sure that people are randomly checked to see if they have proof of payment. some people say that may lead to profiling but b.a.r.t. said it took that part in to consideration. >> reporter: more than 400,000 people ride b.a.r.t. on any given weekday. it helps the transit agency bring in roughly $575 million a year. but b.a.r.t. says that figure could be millions more if not for fare cheats. >> the time when people get free rides at b.a.r.t. is over. >> reporter: a majority of b.a.r.t. passengers are honest and pay for their ride. there are some who evade the fare. b.a.r.t. estimates it loses up to $20 million a year for people who cheat the system. to recoup some of the money,
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b.a.r.t. will require riders to carry proof of payment. >> are they going to go in to trains and they're going to be checking everybody in a particular area of the b.a.r.t. system. >> reporter: b.a.r.t. officers will use card readers to check clipper and fare passes that people paid their proper fare. b.a.r.t. installed these signs saying officers have the authority to check. >> they would check everybody in the train car. >> everyone? >> absolutely. >> not just a section of people in that certain train car. >> no. >> it's going to be inconvenient but i don't think it's a horrible thing and if you paid your b.a.r.t. fare and you did all that, you got nothing to worry about. >> it's disturbing the peace and assaulting them if everyone is coming to you, everyone checking everybody's b.a.r.t. ticket because everybody is not doing that. >> reporter: bart said it could be looked at as profiling some passengers. the agency will require all officers to use their body worn cameras when interacting with
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riders. the cameras will be checked monthly. there will be quarterly audits of enforcement procedures. >> not only are we going to look at age and gender. >> reporter: juveniles will pay $50. for minors and those who can't afford the fine, they'll have an option for community service. b.a.r.t. says it's not possible to catch all those who evade the fare but any money recouped will go a long way. >> it's not fair to the folks paying their fair share. that's money we could put toward cleaning stations, hiring more cops to keep our riders safer. >> the program will start with a one-month break period where people will receive warnings. as of february 1st, that's when the citations will start being handed out. b.a.r.t. will look at it within six months to see if any changes are needed. >> paul chambers in oakland tonight. thank you. b.a.r.t.'s fleet of the future is behind schedule. tonight at 10:30, 2 investigates
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uncovers chronic issues with the company behind the multi-billion-dollar project and delays in getting b.a.r.t.'s new train cars on to the tracks. in san francisco, the stolen gun used in the shooting of kate steinle was the focus of the testimony in the murder trial. the gun belonged to bureau of land management ranger. he testified he left the loaded gun inside a backpack under the front seat of his suv while he went to dinner. it was stolen the week before steinle was killed in 2015. the storage of the gun was in compliance with blm policies at the time. in court the attorney asked him if he felt responsible for steinle's death but that question was stricken from the record. >> there's no question he acted negligently and triggered the course of events that led to the death of kate steinle. i'm not suggesting he has criminal liability. >> i think evidence speaks loudest and i think the jury is
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going to rely on that evidence when they reach a determination at the conclusion of this case. >> legal analysts say this case will come down to whether or not the jury believe zarate intentionally pulled the trigger. several documents on the assassination of john f. kennedy is now available for the public to read. authorities think some are related to assassin lee harvey oswald's mysterious six-day trip to mexico city right before the shooting in dallas. following kennedy's death in 1963, the warren commission concluded oswald was the sole assassin but many people believe others were involved. the u.s. government was required by law to release those files today but president trump decided to hold back about 300 records for six months. >> lauren is live to explain that decision and the rest of the day's news from washington. >> tonight president trump sent
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out this memo calling for the release of those long held jfk files saying he's ordering the veil finally be lifted but noting it's not all of the files. >> reporter: the national archives releasing 2800 records related to jfk's assassination. there are still more that will be released on a rolling basis. president trump explaining in a memo that executive departments and agencies made a strong case for some files to be redacted. the president saying, quote, i have no choice today but to accept those redaxzs rather than allow potentially irreversible harm to our nation's security. >> a lot of the good stuff, maybe all of it has been held back. it's going to feed the conspiracy theories forever. >> reporter: still, washington was abuzz today on a number of other issues. the house passing the gop's budget plan, setting the stage for republicans to push forward with tax reform. but not everyone is onboard.
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house minority leader nancy pelosi saying democrats are disappointed. >> they drew a line in the sand between the middle class and working families and the very wealthy and corporate america. >> reporter: at the white house president trump declaring a national public health emergency on the opioid crisis, saying his older brother's struggles with alcohol taught him the dangers of addiction. >> he had a problem with alcohol. he would tell me, don't drink. don't drink. >> the president also pledging the remaining unreleased jfk files will be under review over the next 180 days and if a strong case can't be made to keep them private, at the end of april, they'll also be released. >> thank you. on ktvu.com we've posted the very latest from washington including a link to the kennedy
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assassination files released. you can click on web links to see it. fire victims in the north bay struggling to find shelter. up next, the temporary housing options for dozens of people who lost their homes. >> we don't have a lot of options in this county. we didn't before this happened. and we certainly don't now. >> for the second straight day in a row, san jose has a record temperature. as we head toward the weekend, will the heat stick around? >> plus the gap between rent and wages. details from a study that highlights a growing problem in the bay area. hey grandpa. hey, kid. really good to see you. you too. you tell grandma you were going fishing again? maybe. (vo) the best things in life keep going. that's why i got a subaru, too. introducing the all-new crosstrek.
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cal fire says they hope to have the four major fires in the north bay contained by tomorrow. fire crews have been working around the clock to put out hotspots and clean up areas affected by the fires. tonight the atlas fire in napa county is 98% contained. the tubbs, nuns, and pocket fires are all about 95% contained. with so many people needing a place to live, the north bay is getting a little creative at finding housing, at least temporary housing for some of the victims. >> one concept, shipping containers that have been converted for sleeping. a village is going up and will soon house 75 people. >> we're in an industrial park. this is not a residential area but that's about to change with these cubes from burning man now helping those who burned down.
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>> this one is a queen. >> reporter: 40-foot shipping containers are divided in to three rooms, each one sleeps four. >> they come with a refrigerator and shelving and air conditioning or heating for the winter. >> reporter: the six big cubes just came off the plat where they make up camp epic. but the burners who used them moved them out of storage to santa rosa for fire evacuees to stay in. >> it's meant to be a place where people can come and catch their breath. >> reporter: already the 75 spots at oasis village are taken. >> we need to think outside the box. we don't have a lot of options in this county. we didn't before this happened and we certainly don't now. >> reporter: the property has power and water and the owner is prepping the lot. >> the ones on the sides are all sleeping quarters. the last one is a kitchen. >> reporter: he plans dining tents and a recreation area, a communal, and comfortable place. >> some will really like it
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because with kind of the tragedy that happened, a lot of people really want to be around people in having people to talk to and hang out with. >> across from the containers, hunter has made the rest of his property available to rvs, housing fire evacuees. he's letting this middle school teacher and her boyfriend live in his own camper since fire destroyed their home in coffey park. >> where would you be? >> house to house with friends. possibly a shelter. right now the closest rental is in sacramento. i can't do that for work. >> reporter: an adjustment for the couple and their pets in a small space. but they appreciate the amenities brought in to make it easier. >> thank you so much. >> reporter: this entirely volunteer effort hopes to welcome its first families in to the containers in about a week, counting on donations to buy bedding, towels, food, and furnishings so fire victims don't have to. >> we want this to be so
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stress-free and welcoming for them. we want to do all the heavy lifting because they've already done all the hard work. they've had to get through this. >> first priority was given to families and staff from an autism school that burned. after that, teachers and first responders. they can stay as long as they like but the containers can only stay until august. then they're going to be needed back at burning man. >> what a great idea. i'm curious, i know there are still some people staying in the evacuation shelters. do we have any idea how long those shelters are going to stay open? >> red cross said today that they're taking a count and evaluating the situation on a day-to-day basis, that they'll give people 24 hours before they close the main shelter they have going at the sonoma county fairgrounds and i believe there's one at the findley center. these will be probably the toughest folks to find spots for, folks who didn't have many
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resources, insurance or family in the area to help them so this kind of creative thinking needs to be needed right now. >> thank you so much. a petaluma company called little house on the trailer that specializes in tiny homes says it's been getting a lot of calls from people looking for temporary housing while they rebuild from the fires. tiny homes are portable houses mounted on trailers. they're usually a few hundred square feet in size. one local contractor whose home was spared by the fires told us he's working to offer a tiny home he built to a family in need. the san jose city council is set to vote on a new rent controlled measure in a few weeks. its research shows there's a growing gap between rents and wages and that's rapidly pushing many san jose families to the breaking point. the group announced its findings during a rally today. the report adds fuel to the rent control debate in san jose. >> the gap between what it takes to actually afford the average
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apartment in san jose versus what renters are actually making here in san jose has grown by three times. >> we recognize there's a sufficient with a shortage of housing and the shortage of housing has really exacerbated the supply and demand issue which has driven the market rate for tenants up. >> the san jose city council meets on november 14th to consider a measure that would tie rent increases to the rent of inflation. temperatures generally cooling off a little bit especially as we head in to tomorrow. santa rosa, 92. tomorrow down to 88. a few degrees cooler, 5 degrees in many places. cooler than it was today. 7 degrees in others. a cooler day on your friday. still pretty warm. we did have a record today in san jose. 91 degrees. they're still thinking the high pressure still around but the air is less powerful, less strong than it was the last couple days. that's why the cooling will
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happen a little bit each day as we go in to the weekend. almost a couple thousand miles across. this thing is huge. right over the top of us. out in the pacific in the aleutian islands is going off. and it will be the second time this year, we've already seen 20-foot swells along our coast. those swells get here saturday. pointing out when the storms are formed, you've got a lot of activity, indicating perhaps an early winter. fog along the coast. it will try to push in late tonight. that's going to be a mechanism for cooling. but the idea here is slightly cooler tomorrow. slightly cooler on the weekend as we push forward, we got rain in the long range. we'll talk about all of it. see you back here. a break in the case of a bay area musician killed by a stray bullet. >> i don't know that we'll ever
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feel happy again because i think we live this moment every day. >> up next, the new developments from the fbi. >> also stanford had its hands full tonight without its heisman candidate available but came away with a win on the road.
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berkeley police are searching for a man who exposed himself to a woman. it happened on tuesday afternoon on center street near martin luther king, jr. way. the victim was a student at berkeley city college which is nearby. she says that she was sitting in her car when the man approached it and exposed himself to her. she quickly took this photo of the suspect before driving away. police say they think the suspect is someone who frequently walks around the
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downtown area. oakland police and the fbi say they've identified the person responsible for firing a stray bullet that killed a berkeley musician outside a nightclub in 2015. but at ktvu's cristina rendon explains, that killer will never be prosecuted for the crime. >> reporter: it's been two and a half years since the killing of emiliano nevarez in downtown oakland. the 26-year-old had just finished a performance with his band at the golden bull and was packing up his equipment when he was hit by a stray bullet, the unintended victim of a gunman arguing with another person nearby. >> it was tragic. it was a sad case. >> reporter: sergeant eric molina has been on the case since the beginning and can now say it's been solved. within the last month, police and the fbi identified the shooter as 24-year-old jamerson.
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>> mr. jamerson passed away. >> reporter: he died in a car crash as he was fleeing from authorities in placer county. his death makes solving this case bittersweet. >> the person is deceased now because he was running from the cops on another case unrelated to this. we hope it brings some comfort to the family that we did not forget nor will we. >> reporter: the victim's mother spoke to us by phone. >> i'm very thankful to the oakland police department. right now i feel the person is off the streets and they're not going to do this to anybody else. >> reporter: she says there is some closure but it doesn't take away the pain. >> we're grateful it's a resolution of some sort. but i don't know that we'll ever feel happy again because i think that we live this moment every day. we all still have a lot of
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sadness every day. >> investigators say they're confident there are no other outstanding suspects or threat to the public in regards to this case. cristina rendon, ktvu fox 2 news. b.a.r.t.'s fleet of the future behind schedule. >> it's been a slow motion train wreck for a long time. >> up next, 2 investigates uncovers chronic issues with the company behind the multi-billion-dollar project and the delay in getting b.a.r.t.'s new train cars on the tracks. >> expect tighter security at airports across the country. the new rules that took effect today. >> halloween weekend one day away.
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billions of taxpayer dollars and the future of your commute signed to a company accused of dropping the ball in other major cities. >> why would b.a.r.t. pick such a troubled company, bombardier? >> it's going to contribute to a continual breakdown. >> our team partners with sources in new york and canada to expose chronic issues with bombardier. that's the transit supplier b.a.r.t.
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trusted with your money to make hundreds of new cars. but the project has been fraught with delays and problems. >> knowing what you know now, if you could start all over again, would you still pick this company? >> b.a.r.t.'s fleet of the future is running behind schedule. >> the canadian company building the new cars has been plagued by delays. for months now, 2 investigates has been tracking red flags with the big money deal. >> our investigative reporter candace here now with crucial questions to the supplier. >> we have the oldest fleet in the nation according to b.a.r.t., and yet by the end of the year, b.a.r.t. hopes to get a third of what was originally promised. we're not the only ones with delivery problems in the u.s. or internationally, begging the question, should b.a.r.t. have known about these issues before signing over public money and who pays the price for these mistakes.
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>> reporter: the hope for b.a.r.t.'s fleet for the future appeared more like a promise. but as we near the deadline for the first big shipment of new b.a.r.t. cars, instead of a remedy, the bay area is seeing chronic delays, setbacks, and mounting pressure on an already aging fleet affecting tens of thousands of commuters, all things senator steve glazer says he saw coming. >> when they signed that contract with bombardier in 2012, it was a company that had financial issues. >> reporter: in 2012 b.a.r.t. agreed to a $1.5 deal. the entire project including taxes and extra costs is slated for $2.5 billion. glazer says at the time b.a.r.t. signed, there were red flags bombardier was not a company in which public money should be trusted. >> should b.a.r.t. have known about these issues when they signed that big contract with bombardier? >> i think they should have
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known because bombardier was having trouble around the globe. >> reporter: trouble not just then, but now. >> here's what was supposed to happen according to the original contract. by the end of the year, commuters were supposed to get 60 new cars. by 2018, 230. by 2023, all 775 trains. here's what's actually been happening. in march of last year, bombardier's first test car arrived three months late. in april, b.a.r.t. crashed it, citing electrical problems. in august 2016, an announcement the first 10 cars would be late. now b.a.r.t. says they're hoping to get at least 20 of the 60 new cars promised this year. >> it's been a slow motion train wreck for a long time. >> reporter: with media partners across the country and globe, 2 investigates spent months digging in to big transit deals with bombardier. we work with investigative
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journalists in toronto and new york who found delivery delays with bombardier in their own cities. we uncovered years of similar problems stretching around the world. >> how has toronto been impacted by bombardier? >> people are really frustrated here in toronto. if they get out of the contract, they have to find somebody else and start from scratch. so they're kind of being held hostage by bombardier. >> are you confident bombardier is going to fulfill your guys' order? >> no. >> reporter: fleet of the future project director. >> there appears to be major issues with bombardier and other major cities. with this information, do you think bombardier was still the right pick? >> that's hard for me to judge that because that's based on just a guess. >> do those big things concern
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you though? >> absolutely. i know they're having problems. they had the lowest cost. >> reporter: while giving 2 investigates a tour of one of the new cars, he explains bombardier only gets paid when they deliver. when something goes wrong, bombardier foots the bill, not taxpayers. the spokesman confirmed they pay. >> we're not shying away from the issues. absolutely not. we share the frustration of your viewers. >> reporter: the fed says the b.a.r.t.-bombardier contract prevents him from talking about details. >> when we look at san francisco, new york, toronto, in each of those jurisdictions, we have had challenges like all other suppliers in our business have challenges. >> what is b.a.r.t. doing to have bombardier accountable? >> we're making them fix the problem first and foremost. >> reporter: critics say that's not enough because the public is
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paying in a different way. >> it means we're not replacing these old cars. there's more breakdowns and there's people getting late for work. >> reporter: people in power, glazer says, are responsible for using taxpayer dollars wisely. if not to avoid mistakes, to at the very least not repeat them. >> if you lead another transit project like this, would you pick bombardier? >> again, i'd have to look at all the factors involved with it. i wouldn't shy away from them. >> even though bombardier has a contract to make 775 b.a.r.t. cars, b.a.r.t.'s ultimate goal is to have 1081 cars. will bombardier get that future bid? he says bombardier isn't ruled out. >> it really is a shame because it is commuters paying the price for all this. we know senator glazer is critical of this. is there anyone who can hold b.a.r.t. accountable when they
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make decisions like this? >> he says it's really you and me, the public, voters. the public can because we vote in b.a.r.t. board members who decide on these big decisions. senator glazer also said he's pushing for an inspector general and independent position to oversee b.a.r.t. but that's still early in the process. >> we heard the spokesperson say look, these kinds of things happen. what is the problem? >> delivery delays. there's a date. we're going to get it at a certain time so we can test it and that takes a long time and we're not getting the cars on time. so garnham and the gm say what's going on? they say they're getting excuse after excuse. i don't think they really know. at the end of the day they say we just need the cars. >> thank you. if you have a tip for our 2 investigates team, you can contact us. e-mail 2investigates@ktvu.com or call us. a man with a gun robbed a
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bay area pharmacy. up next new at 10:00, what police say he made off with and the surveillance video that could lead to his arrest. >> we're tracking the weather. a bit of a warmup in places. it will continue to cool off. fire danger becomes less. plenty of sunshine and some fog returning to the coast. >> harvey weinstein now going head to head with the company he created. details on a lawsuit just filed and why the disgraced movie mogul wants access to his old files.
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new at 10:00, police are searching for the man who robbed a pharmacy this morning. this is surveillance video captured after 9:00 this morning. this man demanded two bottles of the prescription drug xanax while displaying a handgun in his waistband. he was last seen in the parking lot wearing light blue denim pants, trench coat, and carrying a backpack. if you recognize that suspect, you're asked to contact menlo park police. the cvs chain is in talks to buy aetna health insurance. according to the wall street journal, cvs health is ready to pay $200 a share for aetna which
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is the nation's third largest health insurance company. aetna's shares jumped 10% on the report. cvs is the second largest drugstore chain. the dow was up 71. the nasdaq was down 7. s&p 500 up 3. drug makers fell on weaker forecasts. tighter new security measures went in to effect today for all international air travelers entering the u.s. the new rules apply to u.s. citizens and foreign travellers and affect the roughly 2100 flights coming in to the u.s. from around the world every day. under these new screening processes, passengers could be subject to security interviews by airline employees and face more detailed inspections of carry-ons and electronic devices. that could mean longer lines at check-in and boarding. disgraced movie executive
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harvey weinstein sued his former company today. he's seeking access to e-mails, his personnel file and other records he contends may exonerate him in court. the board of directors of weinstein's company fired him october 8th, days after a new york times article exposed decades of sexual harassment allegations against him. more than 50 women have now accused harvey weinstein of sexual misconduct including in some cases rape. halloween now just a few days away. >> that's right. halloween just around the corner. if you're looking for that costume, we found some stores serving up some pretty scary deals. >> also our chief meteorologist bill martin will have the forecast for us. will it be a trick or a treat? oh, you brought butch.
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new at 10:00, halloween weekend just one day away. the rush is on to find the perfect costume ahead of all the big parties. with halloween falling on a tuesday, it means this year the parties will probably start tomorrow and continue on for days. >> it's a lot of fun to see what people come up with.
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there's help to be found for anyone still in need of a cool costume. >> that's right. no doubt san francisco will be party central as everything is more likely to be kicking off tomorrow night. plenty of parties. some of those parties we can't talk about on air but we did find a store that's getting really in to the spirit of things. >> reporter: it's that time of year again and everyone here was looking for a show stopper. >> too many choices. i don't know. we're deciding on what to get this year. >> quick, cheap, and easy. exactly. something i can wear to work and a party. >> reporter: the spirit of halloween was one of the many stores in the bay area helping people get their boo on. >> i see a lot of people coming in. yesterday was pretty busy but i do think even friday and leading up to halloween, even halloween is going to get busy. >> reporter: the lewis family was busy going aisle to aisle looking for a scary good deal. >> i've already picked out my
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costumes. >> what's dad going as? probably a lawyer. that's what i do every day. [ laughter ] >> i don't really know. it's really hard. >> a donald trump comb-over will look pretty good. [ laughter ] >> busier than the shoppers today was loron working the fitting rooms. >> stranger things came out again today for the second season so everybody is trying on a lot of stranger things. wonder woman, you seen them trying that on. >> reporter: you can be anything you want this year, naughty or nice. >> i'm going to be a flapper. going to a big party. deadly disco. my headband. >> reporter: can't make a choice? how about some help? >> the bearded baby. >> make it happen. >> back to cooper who finally made his choice. dad thinking safety first chose a costume with easy movement and
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clear vision. looks like he and his sister are ready to take a bite out of halloween. >> no eating. i like my buns the way they are. >> cute kids. for the kids, the superhero costumes are in. for the adults, anything goes. keep it clean, keep it safe, and have a lot of fun. downtown san francisco, rob malcolm, ktvu fox 2 news. highs tomorrow will be slightly cooler. you already knew that. we did have a record today in parts of -- in san jose, 91 degrees. 87 degrees today in antioch and 88 in fairfield. highs tomorrow will be a little cooler. and i suspect, i'm actually seeing signs of this along the coast, some of this coastal fog is going to work its way back in. you can see these areas here. it's sort of this is the fog right here. you see it being blown offshore.
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these last couple frames, you see it's kind of pulling in to the coast here and will come in a little closer and i see a little bit of fog, looks like it's showing up off point rays there so we'll be watching this. this fog has the potential to push in here tomorrow night. that will keep things on the cool side especially along the coast and the bay. current temperatures running a little cooler than they were at this time last night. beautiful night. temperatures in the 60s for most of us. high pressure one more day of being pretty firm and then a little lower pressure moves in and temperatures trend down. not cold, just cooler and still heck of nice. going to be really nice temperatures on saturday, sunday, and monday will be generally cooling. there's the fog forecast for the morning. right to the coast tomorrow morning. we'll see how that transpires. kind of in and out throughout the day. that's the mechanism. you see the greens, the 60s.
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they'll be getting influenced by the marine air as the winds go this way instead of this way which really all week the winds have been going offshore all week. now we're going to more of an onshore flow. we'll go in to the weekend which will help fire danger and air quality. it's going to be nice. temperatures cool down. not much tomorrow but generally on the weekend. 88 in brentwood. 86 in livermore. good air quality. when the wind comes onshore, that's when you get the air quality. just washes over us. san francisco has some of the best air quality of any over the bay area, especially inside the bay, any big urban setting anywhere in the world for having so many people. such good air that comes in along the coast. there's the 5-day forecast. and it's working out. it's the way we wanted it to be. not real high fire danger. down the road a ways, we've got raindrops. not in this 5-day.
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there's big surf this weekend. that's an indication the aleutian islands are producing a lot of energy. coming up on the 11:00 news, b.a.r.t. cracking down on fare evaders. the new plan just passed today to make sure people are paying to ride. >> stanford had a tough time in oregon. how the cardinal made out.
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stanford going in to this game expected to win and they did, but pretty close. >> how about 23-point favorites tonight. >> they were? >> yeah, on the road. if i were a gambling man, i wouldn't have bet that. but stanford, i guess the bottom line is they did win the game but as i'm always telling heather, love hurts. [ laughter ] that would be bryce love. he didn't play. and that's a big reason. >> the love i lost. >> the ankle injury kept him out. might have hurt his heisman chances as well, or maybe helped them because they need this guy bad. second half, stanford down 7-6.
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it got worse. 18 yards, cory hall has that beaver team pumped up. 2:38 left. the person of harrison phillips is on it. cardinal ball at the 40-yard line. the fans there sense disaster. their senses are keen because it happens. 4th and 10, keller up top. caden smith. that's a clutch catch. not a bad throw either. perfect spot. 25 yards. 1st down. now 20 seconds left from the 3. crisp lobbing for jj arciga. whiteside, both his parents were basketball players. and the final score, 15-14 as the 2-point conversion failed. stanford by the skin of their teeth. 1-point winners on the road. that young man's face tells it all. meantime, 49ers 0-7 and it
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doesn't figure to get any better any time soon as they're going to philadelphia on the road again. the most traveled team in the nfl. no 49er team has ever been 0-8. carson wentz, maybe the hottest quarterback in all of football is who they're going to go up against. 6'5", 235, bright high school valedictorian type of guy. in fact, he even likes to offer input to his eagle coaches on playing from his college days. >> sometimes it's tough. sometimes you have to call msu, get the film out so i can show them what's going on and run in practice and convince them on it and it's cool to have that conversation, that dynamic with coach wright, coach peterson that they respect my opinion and when i bring them things like that. thursday night football, it was a 40-0 final score but the
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blow-out doesn't necessarily mean there isn't good stuff to look at. joe flacco of the ravens up top for jeremy maclin. after that, let's go to the concussion protocol. flacco on the move here and he's drilled hard as he gets out of the pocket. it's kiko alonso from los gatos. he's called for unnecessary roughness. no flagrant and no targeting. john harbaugh, ravens coach is livid. it gets worse for miami. no game at all. matt moore is picked off. cj mosley will bring that thing all the way back. 63 yards. touchdown. moore can't get him. nobody else does either. that's the way it went for the ravens. 40-0 over the dolphins.
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meanwhile, the sharks on the road. tough when you've got to go to the garden in boston. long road trip for the sharks. power play situation. that was the situation. here the sharks take advantage of it. joe thornton will flip it in in front. on the replay you'll be able to see it better. this particular goal ties him with curry for number 20 on the nhl scoring list. it's a 1-1 game. sharks 1-6 for power plays on the night. three minutes later, rookie danton himan, both goals tonight. 2-1 the final. sharks are 4-5. world series continues tomorrow. it's been pretty good so far. 1-1. sometimes no matter how good a manager might be, you need a new voice. fresh outlook. no question. joe girardi is as solid as they come but after 10 years with the yankees, they make a change. six playoffs in his tenure.
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no replacement yet named. we've come to that point in the evening. we must check this out. an unexpected visitor. kitty delayed the game. atlanta united, as we have the mls playoffs, look at the save by the goalie. parkhurst with what you call a hustle save. it is 11:00 and time for more news with frank and heather. next at 11:00 -- >> b.a.r.t. launches a crackdown on fare cheats with a new ordinance that requires riders to provide proof of payment. starting next year, b.a.r.t. passengers who can't
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prove that they've paid their fare could be slapped with a fine and for repeat offenders, there could be criminal penalties. hello again, everyone. i'm frank somerville. >> i'm heather holmes in for julie haener. it approved the ordinance tonight in a unanimous vote. paul chambers is in oakland with the details. >> b.a.r.t. says enough is enough when people ride the train without paying. starting next year they're going to crackdown on fare evaders. more than 400,000 people ride b.a.r.t. on any given weekday. the fares help the transit agency bring in roughly $575 million a year. but b.a.r.t. says that figure could be millions of dollars more if not for fare cheats. >> the time of people getting free rides is over. >> reporter: a majority are honest and pay for their ride. however there are some who evade the fare. b.a.r.t. estimates it loses $15
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